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Bicycle tires burst any time of the year, and if you're asking why they do so seemingly spontaneously, its due to the change in warmth. The air inside a tire fluctuates in pressure based on how warm or cold it is, which can cause stretching and other stress on the tire and cause it to burst if disturbed.

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